E-rate Commits Over $450 Million for Broadband in Schools and Libraries in First Wave of Funding for 2014
A record level of early financial support for broadband in schools and libraries has been approved by the E-rate program, the Federal Communications Commission’s program for supporting communications services in these institutions.
The Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Dialing Services $2,944,000 for allegedly making numerous illegal “robocalls” to mobile phones.
Extension of Retransmission Authority for Distant Signals: The bill reauthorizes the retransmission consent provisions for distant signals for five years, ensuring that 1.5 million subscribers in hard-to-reach areas continue to receive vital broad
Both the universe of US television homes and the potential TV audience in those homes continue to grow.
According to Nielsen’s forthcoming Advertising & Audiences Report, the average US TV home now receives 189 TV channels -- a record high and significant jump since 2008, when the average home received 129 channels.
FCC Plans $3.9 Million Fine Against Colorado Company For Deceptively Switching Customers’ Services And Illegal Billing Practices
The Federal Communications Commission announces that it plans to fine Central Telecom Long Distance $3.9 million for allegedly deceiving consumers to switch their long distance service, billing customers for unauthorized charges, and failing to cl
Hundreds of library supporters from across the country will meet with their members of Congress from May 5–6, 2014, to advocate for library funding during the American Library Association’s 40th annual National Library Legislative Day.
CompTIA announced the acquisition of TechAmerica, a leading voice of large businesses in the information and communications technology (ICT) industry.
New figures released by International Telecommunication Union indicate that, by end 2014, there will be almost 3 billion Internet users, two-thirds of them coming from the developing world, and that the number of mobile-broadband subscriptions wil
The Department of Justice has reached a settlement with eBay that prevents the company from entering into or maintaining agreements with other companies restraining employee recruitment and hiring.